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Brian Duff

The standard block used there, from a horrible (in my opinion, from experience) company named Garhauer, has the cam cleat fixed in one angle, one configuration. As such, the mainsheet always falls out with the least bit of harassment. Mine is this way still. Buy a nicer block, like harken 038, and you will be in main trimmers heaven! this block can adjust cam angle as well as up or down engagement!.

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